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African Studies Quarterly
Volume 1, Issue 3 (1997)

ISSN: 215-2448

Special Issue:

Crisis in the Great Lakes

 


Articles

Introduction
Michael Chege  |  HTML  |  PDF (1-4)


Patterns of State Collapse and Reconstruction in Central Africa: Reflections on the Crisis in the Great Lakes
René Lemarchand  |  HTML  |  PDF (5-22)


Kabila Returns, In A Cloud Of Uncertainty
Thomas Turner  |  HTML  |  PDF (23-37)


Sovereignty and Personal Rule in Zaire
Willam Reno  |  HTML  |  PDF (39-64)


At Issue

Conventional Wisdom And Rwanda's Genocide: An Opinion
Tony Waters  |  HTML  |  PDF (65-74)


Book Reviews

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The Challenge of Southern African Regional Security: A Review of Peace and Security in Southern Africa. Ibbo Mandaza, editor. Harare: SAPES, 1996. 183pp.
Errol Henderson  |  HTML  |  PDF (75-80)


Mokoko, The Makgoba Affair: A Reflection on Transformation. Malegapuru William Makgoba. Johannesburg: Vivlia Publishers, 1997. xxiv+243pp.
Guy Martin  |  HTML  |  PDF (80-83)


Religious Pluralism and the Nigerian State. Simeon O. Ilesanmi. Athens, OH: Monographs in International Studies (Africa Series, No. 66), 1997. 299pp.
Azim A. Nanji  |  HTML  |  PDF (83-84)


Discourses on Democracy: Africa in Comparative Perspective. Julius E. Nyang'oro, editor. Dar es Saalam: Dar es Saalam University Press, 1996. xv+311pp. : ill.
Dan Ottemoeller  |  HTML  |  PDF (84-86)


Federal-State Relations in Nigeria's Second Republic. Joseph Okoroji. London: V.O.R. Publications, 1997. 72 pp.
Donald C. Williams  |  HTML  |  PDF (86-87)